Action Plan - Mathematics & Informatics Education

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Action Plan
The J1100711 Group Training Course on
“IMPROVING TEACHING METHODS IN MATHEMATICS IN PRIMARY EDUCATION”
Name
Country
Organization
Position
Antonio Emerito Aragon
Belize
Orange Walk Institute for Technical and Vocational, Education and Training
Instructor/Staff Representative
Title
Period
Target
Location
Target Group
School’s Enhancement Project
One Year
Orange Walk Institute for Technical and Vocational, Education and Training
65 Students and 5 Teacher of OWITVET (Pre-Vocational Program)
NARRATIVE SUMMARY
< OVERALL GOAL >
The Quality and Academic level of students in the Orange Walk ITVET (Pre-Vocational Program) have
improved
< SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES> (PROJECT PURPOSE)
Critical Thinking skills have increased among students of the Orange Walk ITVET.
< YOUR LEARNING IN JAPAN>
1. Japanese Problem Solving Approach is a process of problem posing, independent solving, comparison
and discussion, and, summary and application.
2. Japanese Problem Solving Approach develops students understanding and allows them to learn for/by
themselves. Mathematics motivates and challenges students.
3. The Six steps in Problem solving approach lesson
1. Understand a given problem.
2. Plan an approach and process to solve.
3. Think in logic (think by themselves).
4. Explain one’s idea and listen other’s (Group discussion)
5. Summarize study contents
6. Practice
4. Blackboard writing is done in a systematic way so for students to see the flow of the lesson. Blackboard
is not erased until the end of the lesson.
5. Lesson Study and Lesson Modeling.
< OUTPUTS by applying your learning in Japan>
Output 1: An yearly plan is being set in place and being implemented
Output 2: Lessons are more students centered and students’ performance is improved.
.
Output 3: Students’ attendance and interest in school is improved and an atmosphere of competition is created.
< ACTIVITIES >
Output 1: Curriculum and yearly plan is being set in place and being implemented
Activity 1: Annual Plan Development
1.
2.
3.
4.
To review the content matter of subject context being offered at present school.
To solicit training from ministry to set up school yearly plan.
To conduct training workshops for teachers to complete yearly plan per subject.
To assign key persons to supervise teachers implementing the newly acquired yearly plan and for them to give
weekly feedbacks.
Output 2: Lessons are more students centered and students’ performance is improved
Activity 2: Creation of Students Centered Lessons
1 Provide key teachers with in-service training in education pedagogy from MOE and
Professional Educators.
2 Implement in-service training for teachers in education pedagogy within school from
teachers that had acquired in-service training from external sources.
3 To conduct weekly supervision by Supervisory Committee to get feedback on teachers
implementation of what they have acquire from training
4 Conduct lesson modeling among teachers at least twice per month so teachers can assess
each other as a school and get constructive feedbacks from colleagues as a whole.
Output 3: Students’ attendance and interest in school is improved and an atmosphere of competition is created.
Activity 3 Improvement of Students’ Attendance To School
1 Create different clubs for students. ( Pair Tutoring Club, Marching Band Club, School
News Paper Club)
2 Have tutoring classes set for students who may need help on assignments conducted by
instructors and tutoring club. (After Classes)
3 Teachers provide extra-classes on reading and writing English. Set
incentives for students to attend these classes. Tutoring club will be included to help with
classes.
4 Create Math Olympiad and Debate Competition within school.
5 Divide students in Houses and create an atmosphere of sports competition
Plan of Operation
Output
No.
Output
1:
Curriculum
and
yearly
plan is being
set in place
and
being
implemented
Activities
1
To review the
content matter of
subject context
being offered at
present school.
2
To solicit
training from
ministry to set
up yearly plan
3
To conduct
training
workshops for
teachers to
complete a
yearly plan for
subject based on
the curriculum
created.
To assign key
persons to
supervise
teachers
implementing
the newly
4
Expected results
-Have a meeting
with manager to
present proposal
of
curriculum
revision
-Ministry
to
approve
curriculum
or
recommend one.
MOE
demands
training
Time
Schedule
Third
Week of
March
2012
Persons in charge
-Pre-Vocational
Teachers
Implementer
s
-Pre-Vocationa
l Teachers
Materials,
equipments
-Checklist
MOE
Worksheets,
Handouts,
Resource
books
Pre-Vocational
Teachers
Worksheets,
handouts,
textbooks
Teacher’s
Supervisory
Committee
Evaluation
Sheet
Pre-Vocational
meet Second
Week
of
Teachers
for
July 2012
-Have teachers’ Mid-Augu
full cooperation st 2012
and expect them
to complete task
Supervision
conducted
assigned
teachers
Pre-Vocational
Teachers
is Starts on Antonio Aragon
by September
2012
Budg
et
acquired
curriculum and
for them to give
weekly
feedbacks.
Output 2:
Lessons are
more students
centered and
students’
performance
is improved
1
2
3
Provide key
teachers with
in-service
training in
education
pedagogy from
MOE and
Professional
Educators.
Implement
in-service
training for
teachers in
education
pedagogy within
school from
teachers that had
acquired
in-service
training from
external sources.
To conduct
weekly
supervision by
Supervisory
Committee to
get feedback on
teachers
Teachers enroll in First Week MOE and Teachers Institution
pedagogy
of May
Supervisory
through MOE
programs.
2012
Committee
Conduct
Teacher’s
workshops
for First Week Supervisory
teachers.
Have in August Committee
Unit meetings ones 2012
per week.
First Week
Have meeting with of
Antonio Aragon
supervisory
September
committee
to 2012
established
schedules
for
visits, established
feedback format
Institution
Teachers’
Supervisory
Committee
Partial
Teach
ers
partial
institu
tion
Worksheets,
projectors,
teachers aids
Worksheets,
Evaluation
Form,
Supervision
Lodge Book
4
Output
3: 1
Improvement
of Students’
Attendance To
School
implementation
of what they
have acquire
from training
Conduct lesson
modeling among
teachers at least
twice per month
so teachers can
assess each other
as a school and
get constructive
feedbacks from
colleagues as a
whole.
and
implement
visitations.
Create different
clubs for
students. ( Pair
Tutoring Club,
Marching Band
Club, School
Newspaper Club
Meet with staff 2
members
to
present plan.
First Week
Meet with teachers of January Antonio Aragon
Supervisory
2013committee to plan March
modeling lessons 2013
and
implement
plan.
Week
of
March
2012
Antonio Aragon
Teachers’
Supervisory
Committee
Ms.Moh
(Newspaper
Club)
Ms.Sentiment
o
(Pair
Tutoring
Club)Antonio
Evaluation
From,
Worksheets
Aragon
(Marching
Band
and
tutoring
classes)
2
Have tutoring
classes set for
students who
may need help
on assignments
conducted by
Meet with teachers 4th Week Antonio Aragon
and set schedule of April
for commence of 2012
tutoring classes
Assigned
Instructors
Instructors
and
tutoring
club.
(After Classes)
3
4
Teachers
provide
extra-classes on
reading and
writing English.
Set Incentives
for students to
attend these
classes. Tutoring
club will be
included to help
with
classes.
Create Math
Olympiad and
Debate
Competition
within school.
Meet with teachers
in charge and
implement
program
4th
week
April
2012
Ms. Moh and Mr. Ms. Moh and
Mr. Aragon
of Aragon
Teachers in charge
meet
and
established rules
and regulations for
competitions.
Send information
to all classes
First
Week
May
2012
Mr. Tillett (Math
of Olympiad)
Ms.Moh (Debate
Competition)
Mr.
Tillett
(Math
Olympiad) Ms
Mom (Debate
Competition
5
Divide students
in Houses and
create an
atmosphere of
sports
competition
Established
Houses,
sports
schedules and set
rules
and
regulations.
Mr. Amir and Mr. Mr. Amir and
Last
Mr. Riverol
week of Riverol
March
2012
Footballs,
basketballs,
volley balls,
whistles
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